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September 30, 2006

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Loren

LOL! Now, that's hilarious! What I find particularly hilarious is that Cap found it important to dress in drag to go undercover because, of course, everybody would recognize his face behind the mask. I dunno...I think our beloved Cap has a cross dressing fetish.

Mark Engblom

Loren, I'm still trying to put into words how bizarre reading that story was. I can tell you that's the absolute last thing I expected from Cap. Bob Hope and Bing Crosby in a "Road to" movie? Sure. But Cap and Bucky? Aaarrrggghh!

Kinda poisons the Simon and Kirby well a little bit in my opinion.

Team Fortress 2

nyahahahaahahah!!! that's so funny!! though it's fantastic!!!

fashion freedom fo men

How come women never cross-dress?Everyone should be able to dress as he likes to,so if a woman is not crossdressing nowadays because society seems to accept anythyng men should also get rid of that dopuble standart!Does women have a cross-dressing fetish for wearingt trousers,ties,men's styled shoes and hats and so on?

Lauren

Ok, now I know Im commenting on this disturbing story 1.5 years late but I just read it.

So Cap felt he needed to parade around in the High Heels before he changed out of his Cap America Pants?
As a woman I can assure you that we don't get dressed with our High Heels on first.

That story was a Big Bowl of Wrong. It feels fetishy.

Lauren

Ok, now I know Im commenting on this disturbing story 1.5 years late but I just read it.

So Cap felt he needed to parade around in the High Heels before he changed out of his Cap America Pants?
As a woman I can assure you that we don't get dressed with our High Heels on first.

That story was a Big Bowl of Wrong. It feels fetishy.

Russ Cross

I'm not sure, but I think the "soldier wearing the pink uniform" is actually a civilian. Probably the father of the little family group. BTW, I really enjoy your site.

Kimberly

I'm sure you mean "To paraphrase J. Edgar Hoover," no?

Liang

God bless America!

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